Accordion Noir: Playlist: Aug 22, 2008, With Mark Berube and Wendy McNeill's latest!
"We're gonna give you a show that'll really burn the pews up." Marc on the Gospel Train.
Artist -- Song – Album (date) – Origin – Label/Contact info
Mark Berube – Say It Ain't So – What the Boat Gave the River (2008) – Canada – http://www.markberube.com/
Wendy McNeill – Flight – A Dreamer's Guide to Hardcore Loving (2008) – Sweden, Canada – http://www.wendymcneill.com/
The Ambitious Orchestra – Seven Deadly Sins – The Ambitious Orchestra (2006) – Brooklyn, New York (USA) – http://www.ambitiousorchestra.com/about.html
Dusminguet – Ritmo Americano – Postrof (2001) – Catalonia, Spain (sort of) – http://www.radiochango.com/english/artists/artist.php?ID=4
Mark Lee & The Co-Pilots – The First To Go – You May Hear Footsteps... (2007) – New South Wales, Australia – www.markleecopilots.com
Mario Pedone – Besame mucho – (from his website, 2005) – Houston, Texas, USA – http://www.houstonac.org/Mario.htm
Accordion Tribe (Bratko Bibiã, Lars Hollmer, Maria Kalaniemi, Guy Klucevsek, Otto Lechner) – Wave Hill – Accordion Tribe (1998) – Slovenia, Sweden, Finland, USA, Austria – http://hoedown.com/main.site?action=siteupdate/view&id=5
Accordion Noir – Wolfgang Promo Stinger – German Noir Tourists (2008) – Vancouver/Witten – With Wolfgang Wiehler!
Tri Muzike – Oriental Rumba – Circo Inferno Cabaret Vol.2 (2005) – bologna/milano/torino, Italy – http://www.myspace.com/trimuzike
Issa Bagayogo – Ahe Sira Bila – Mali Koura (2008) – Mali, West Africa – Gael Le Billan, acc. www.mali-music.com
Simone Guiducci – Voccuccia De No Pierzeco – Chorale (2002) – Italy – http://www.simoneguiducci.com/
Jean-Christophe Renault & Didier Laloy – E.F.G.D. – Hors-Piste (2005) – Belgium – http://www.didierlaloy.be
This episodes "cover" is... Wendy McNeill!
A note on our late podcasts:
Ok, after all the work of our first Accordion Noir Festival, I (Bruce) am going to reduce the amount of editing I do on the raw podcast files, so we can get them out quicker. I had been listening to each show and balancing levels and cutting out some dead-air. Now I'll try just trimming the start and stop so you'll hear our show "live," and we'll see how it goes. I did this show in five minutes, saving an hour! So, you might get ten podcasts in one night! I still have to finish this playlist, and the internet is down. Oh, it's back! Thank you for your requests for more episodes! We're listening to you too.
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